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Issue 8, 2019

Issue 08 – Untitled Unmastered

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News

  • Chlöe Swarbrick – Piki Interview

  • WCC Q and A

  • Post Cabinet Press Conference: Census Problems to be Resolved

  • Support for Return of Postgrad Allowance

  • Party Line – Issue 08

  • Concerns around Shortening of Exam and Marking Period

  • How It Works: Local Government In Wellington

  • Far Right Activity at University of Auckland

  • Junior doctors’ fourth and largest strike this year

  • Features

  • FREE FOOD IN WELLINGTON ♨♨♨

    You don’t need to be Roman Catholic, or even religious, to get a feed at the *Suzanne Aubert Compassion Centre* (the ‘Soup Kitchen’). From 7:45 a.m.-8:45 a.m. at 132 Tory Street, they give out free soup, toast or bread, and a cup of tea/milo/coffee—normally Havana Supreme! Dinner is 4:45 p.m.-5:45 p.m. and the first meal […]

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  • Ideas Which Evolve

    “Sometimes I’d look at a monkey or something and be like ‘hey, they do kind of look like humans’”   “Then I’d think… I’ve learned all these other things, which mean that for me, that can’t be true.”   Alex is a creationist. He believes in a young earth—that is, that the Bible encompasses all […]

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  • Mermaidens_Chris Brown_1

    Interview with Mermaiden

    Enigmatic, commanding, and present, Wellington three-piece Mermaidens are in their seventh year of leaving audiences lost for words and begging for more. The band consists of Abe Hollingsworth (Drums), Lily West (Bass/Vocals), and Gussie Larkin (Guitar/Vocals), who all met during high school. As a young Aucklander, my idea of a music scene was going to […]

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  • The Ankle Bracelet

    In 2016, the ankle bracelet had its day in the sun when the news outlet The Story NZ ran a feature on the supposedly “uncuttable” ankle bracelets developed by the Department of Corrections. Billy Weepu, cameraman and cousin of Wainuiomata powerhouse Piri Weepu, promptly sliced through a bracelet to the chagrin of Judith Collins.   […]

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  • FREE FOOD IN WELLINGTON ♨♨♨

    You don’t need to be Roman Catholic, or even religious, to get a feed at the *Suzanne Aubert Compassion Centre* (the ‘Soup Kitchen’). From 7:45 a.m.-8:45 a.m. at 132 Tory Street, they give out free soup, toast or bread, and a cup of tea/milo/coffee—normally Havana Supreme! Dinner is 4:45 p.m.-5:45 p.m. and the first meal […]

    by

  • Ideas Which Evolve

    “Sometimes I’d look at a monkey or something and be like ‘hey, they do kind of look like humans’”   “Then I’d think… I’ve learned all these other things, which mean that for me, that can’t be true.”   Alex is a creationist. He believes in a young earth—that is, that the Bible encompasses all […]

    by

  • Mermaidens_Chris Brown_1

    Interview with Mermaiden

    Enigmatic, commanding, and present, Wellington three-piece Mermaidens are in their seventh year of leaving audiences lost for words and begging for more. The band consists of Abe Hollingsworth (Drums), Lily West (Bass/Vocals), and Gussie Larkin (Guitar/Vocals), who all met during high school. As a young Aucklander, my idea of a music scene was going to […]

    by

  • The Ankle Bracelet

    In 2016, the ankle bracelet had its day in the sun when the news outlet The Story NZ ran a feature on the supposedly “uncuttable” ankle bracelets developed by the Department of Corrections. Billy Weepu, cameraman and cousin of Wainuiomata powerhouse Piri Weepu, promptly sliced through a bracelet to the chagrin of Judith Collins.   […]

    by

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